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Dell Software enhances analytics support for Cisco, Microsoft UC platforms

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Dell Software enhances analytics support for Cisco, Microsoft UC platforms
Dell Software has announced a new release of its Unified Communications Command Suite, which adds analytics reporting for Office 365 for Exchange Online and Cisco Unified Communications Manager to Dell's cross-platform analytics and diagnostics solution. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


ROI of IBM's Exceptional Digital Experience Solutions
Infographic highlights a recent IDC Study to assess the economic impact of moving away from a homegrown solution or custom integration of components from multiple vendors to IBM's integrated Exceptional Digital Experience suites. This white paper reports the findings. Learn More>>


Five Cloud Strategies for the CIO
The cloud is the way of the IT future. Building, operating and sourcing the cloud requires deep analysis and strategic IT decision making. Red Hat and Gartner have partnered to offer five cloud strategies for CIOs, as well as advice on building and maintaining a private cloud plan to get the most ROI. Learn more >>

How to use video to improve IT recruiting
Sure, video killed the radio star, but the technology is breathing new life into inefficient, time-consuming and stale recruiting practices and allowing organizations to cut time-to-hire while increasing talent quality.Video in your pocket Demand for greater video integration in B2B communication platforms is accelerating rapidly, driven by the prevalence of consumer applications like FaceTime and Skype and by the availability and affordability of cloud infrastructure, says Craig Malloy, CEO of unified communications, collaboration and video solutions firm LifeSize.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


5 Key Strategies for Successful Mobile Engagement
Read this whitepaper to learn how to invigorate your brand presence with the IBM mobile customer engagement platform. Learn More

IDG Contributor Network: Consumers prefer Wi-Fi calling, survey finds
Spotty indoor cell coverage is becoming less of a problem for consumers. And it's not because of improved mobile networks.Phone users are lapping-up Wi-Fi calling, a survey says. That's where phone calls are routed over Wi-Fi by the mobile network, as distinct from consumer-installed VoIP-style apps and other tools.Among other things, the users polled said Wi-Fi calling was more conducive to longer calls than their previous cell-only mobile network experience.Longer calls Sixty-one percent of Wi-Fi calling users say they are making longer and more frequent voice calls, according to the study by telco equipment maker Ericsson.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


Gaining Clarity from the Chaos of Cloud Adoption
While enterprises recognize the risks and consequences of the phenomenon known as 'Shadow IT,' few have the ability to identify and reign in employee use of non-sanctioned, cloud-related services that could lead to potential liabilities and security issues. Learn More

Microsoft pitches HoloLens to businesses creating 3D models
Microsoft is attempting to woo businesses with its HoloLens augmented reality headset, demonstrating how the device could be used to aid in 3D modelling.The company paired HoloLens with the Maya Autodesk 3D modelling software during a demonstration Monday at its Worldwide Partners Conference in Orlando, Florida. Like previous HoloLens demonstrations, a Microsoft employee wore the HoloLens and controlled the software while a camera capable of showing holograms captured the scene for attendees.The demonstration didn't give the perspective from a person wearing HoloLens. The product has been criticized for offering a limited field of view.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

iPhone 7 review rollup: Apple's going to build a bazillion iPhones, but how many will be bought?
This week, you can almost hear the production lines spinning into action in China, churning out iPhone-related rumors and titillation. Here's the past few days' worth of intrigue about Apple's next-generation device.So many iPhonesLike we talked about last time around, the word is that Apple's planning to try and avoid the supply chain problems that it ran into with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus – this time, more anonymous sources have told the Wall Street Journal that the company wants more than 85 million units built by the end of the year. Last time around, Apple only ordered 70 to 80 million in its initial production run.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More



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